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  • GTD software for Linux

    Hi everyone!

    I've just moved to Linux (Lenny stable) and started digitalizing my paper based GTD system. At present I am using Evolution, which I managed to GTDalize not badly, but was wondering if there is some specific GTD software you folks would recommend. Thank you!

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    I asked a question about GTD linux but got few answers. I use Linux on my computer at home.

    If you have found Evolution works for you then I would guess you have found the answer anyway. I use Windows at work with Outlook and a Palm centro at home so there has been little need to have a Linux based system on my home computer but it would be good.

    As it is I have dual boot so can back up everything on my home computer from time to time on Windowns.

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    • #3
      Getting Things GNOME!

      Hi,
      this could probably be the program you are searching for: Getting Things GNOME!
      Because I use Windows, I have never tried it. Good luck.

      Stephan

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      • #4
        Thank you

        Thank you Tom and Stephan for your answers!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by StephanList View Post
          Hi,
          this could probably be the program you are searching for: Getting Things GNOME!
          Because I use Windows, I have never tried it. Good luck.

          Stephan
          Had a little play with this and it looks great. It has the sort of basic funtionality but slimmed down simplicity I crave. If it could synch to my Palm Centro or similar and also worked in Windows it could replace Outlook for me!

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          • #6
            GTD and Linux

            The solutions I have found that work in Linux are:

            mGSD (http://monkeygtd.tiddlyspot.com/#mGSD)
            ThinkingRock (http://www.trgtd.com.au/)
            GTD-Free (http://gtd-free.sourceforge.net/)

            I have never tried Getting Things Gnome!

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